May 6th 2011 12:49PM Tricia Helfer as Sylvanas.
Keifer Sutherland as Arthas.
May 6th 2011 12:40PM Adam Baldwin as Garrosh.
Christian Bale as Varian Wrynn.
Nov 16th 2010 2:06PM "A Special Surprise" in the DK starting zone.
Oct 26th 2010 12:06PM My main has switched.
My first main was a hunter simply because he was the first toon I leveled to 60. I didn't get him to 60 until November of 2006. I didn't get much raiding in as TBC came out a few months later. Still, the hunter remained my main and pretty much was through all of TBC. But back in the day you could chain pot so I had an alt, a feral druid, who was a herb/alchemist. This toon kept my hunter in potions and made a good chunk of gold selling the rest. Everything was fine until the pre-expac/summer doldrums before WotLK.
My guild was desperately short of healers. They begged me to switch my druid from feral to resto. I resisted at first. I'd never healed anything. This toon is an alt. But they begged some more, gave me some pointers, and even crafted some gear. The respec got done and I was off to Kara as a brand spanking new healer. Since the guild pretty much had it on farm there was almost no competition for gear. And it rained SP leather. I think I got something like 6 epics on the first run. After that, I pretty much a guaranteed spot as a healer for raids.
So WotLK comes out. My hunter, a beast master, gets a bad date with the nerf bat. That pretty much sealed it. The resto-druid was the new main and still is.
Yet with Cata just around the corner and the guild short on tanks, my pally tank, an alt, is starting to get some love. The deal is, my resto-druid has a tanking off spec. So going forward, I really haven't decided if the pally or the druid will be the main.
And then there is that resto-shammy...
Oct 19th 2010 12:42PM If you want to buy heirlooms but don't want to burn up all your Justice Points then the Argent Tournament still sells them. Use your Champion's Seals.
Sep 17th 2010 12:26PM If you're a JC then you can keep your hearth in SW. Just hop the boat to the Borean Tundra and visit the JC trainer in Valiance Keep.
Sep 17th 2010 12:22PM Best Alliance city: Ironforge. But contrary to the article, there are two ways in and out of it, the front door and the tram.
Worst Alliance city: Exodar. It gives me headaches to look at it. I tell my guildies that the look of Exodar is proof that blizz drops acid. It is also out in the sticks.
Best Horde city: Orgrimmar. It's layout takes a little getting used to and it's a bit sprawling for lowbies without mounts but it has a lot of character to it.
Worst Horde city: Silvermoon. It looks neat but it is out of the way and sprawling.
That said, as soon as I can buy a port to Dalaran I do it. With the city ports it is just way to convenient.
Sep 15th 2010 11:27AM Ya know, the Dalaran fishing and cooking dailies give exp, gold, and a loot bag, so why not the low level ones? One skill point hardly seems worth it.
Sep 9th 2010 6:25PM You can already purchase 10 Northrend spices with a Dalaran Cooking Award. So unless you plan to level through Northrend in a day then just doing the daily Dalaran cooking quests should get you enough awards to buy enough spices to roll right through those cooking levels.